293: 5 Questions to Help You Understand How Amazing You Are

"Don't sell yourself short.  The things you have learned may seem routine now but they weren't when you started" - Thom Walters

This week I have been focusing on helping you understand how much you bring to the world.  It's not narcissistic for you to think you help the world grow with your talents and indeed simply your light.  You do.  In fact, that is how a life takes on meaning.  You come to the understanding that you have abilities and then share them for the betterment of the planet.

Today I will ask you five questions that will hopefully help you realize the value you give to those around you and yourself.

Topics Discussed in this Episode

  • Why you downplay the things you can do
  • How to determine what people think of you
  • 5 Questions to Help You Realize Your Value


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Questions of the Day

  • Who Loves you the most and why do you think they do?
  • When was the last time you received a compliment? Who was it from and what was it about?
  • When was the last time a stranger came up to you and started a conversation? Why do you think they felt able to?
  • What are all the things you have learned how to do in your life?
  • Why do you think it is important to have an understanding of your worth?

Action of the Day

Answer the five questions honestly with thought.


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